[FWTools] No module named _gdal error with ver 1.3.1
warmerdam at pobox.com
Thu May 31 12:50:49 EDT 2007
Running .py files directly will only work if Python
has been installed on your system (not counting the python
in fwtools which isn't really properly installed). So I
suspect after 1.0.4a I switched to a new python version which
doesn't match what you have on your system.
If you don't want to use the .bat file covers for .py scripts,
you can run them as an argument to the python command as long as
you work in the FWTools shell (so you get the fwtools python).
ecollage at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi Travis
> Thanks for the pointer - I had the issue with both WinXP and with Linux, but
> both are working fine now.
> However, I do remember that the .py commands would work with versions up to
> 1.0.0a4 on WinXP - has there been a change I've missed?
> Thanks again
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Travis Kirstine [mailto:traviskirstine at gmail.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 6:38 PM
> To: ecollage at gmail.com; fwtools
> Subject: Re: [FWTools] No module named _gdal error with ver 1.3.1
> On 31/05/07, ecollage at gmail.com <ecollage at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Just downloaded the latest version (1.3.1) but when I use the shell to
>> execute any .py file command (gdal_merge.py or gcps2vec.py for instance) I
>> get an ImportError: no module named _gdal.
>> Pls. help!
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> Are you running fwtools on windows or linux. I think I had this same
> issue on linux but fixed it by setting my PATH to the FWTools bin_safe
> if you are running windows you have to run the gdal_merge.bat commands
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